The Daily Call – Oct. 21, 2013

BY ANDRES FOCIL
The Daily Call – Oct. 21, 2013

The Razorbacks closed the weekend strong with @Razorbacksoccer, @RazorbackVB and @RazorbackSB all collecting a win!

@RazorbackMBB&Honorary Coaches To Be Determined Via TwitterWant to coach&@RazorbackMBB&in next Sunday’s Hog Wild Hoops? Click&here&for more info.

Our honorary coaches for the Red-White game at&#HogWildHoops&will be determined on twitter >&http://t.co/rlCd3NC8fI&#Fastest40&#FollowAlong

– Razorback Basketball (@RazorbackMBB)&October 20, 2013

@RazorbackSoccer Defeats TennesseeSenior Evan Palmer found the back of the net for the fifth time of the season in the 88th minute to lift the University of Arkansas soccer team (11-5, 4-4) over Tennessee (7-6-3, 2-4-2) 2-1 on Sunday afternoon at Razorback Field. Click here for full recap.

And that’s a winner from Razorback stadium! #WPS pic.twitter.com/WFlXGExwIH

– Razorback Soccer (@Razorbacksoccer) October 20, 2013

@RazorbackVB Wins In FourThe University of Arkansas volleyball team posted a four-set win (25-23, 25-23, 22-25, 25-23) over Georgia Sunday afternoon at Barnhill Arena. Click here for full recap.

In a #ByAllMeansNecessary type performance @RazorbackVB beats Georgia in 4 sets! #GoHogs #NeverYield

– Robert Pulliza (@RobertPulliza) October 20, 2013

@RazorbackMGolf Day One Results At Isleworth Fueled by a four-under 68 from senior Sebastian Cappelen, @RazorbackMGolf opened play at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational on Sunday with a team score of one-under 287. Squaring off against a field that features eight teams currently in the top 25 and two others receiving votes, the Razorbacks enter Monday’s second round in a tie for sixth place. Cappelen, who was the individual winner last week at the Crooked Stick Intercollegiate, has finished under-par in four straight rounds and is just two birdies shy of an amazing 350 for his career.&Click here for full release. Click here for live stats.

@RazorbackFB RazorgraphThis week’s @RazorbackFB RazorGraph looks at the team’s stat leaders heading into the bye week.

Pang And Surin To Play In ITA Regional Doubles FinalSophomores&Yang Pang and Kimberley-Ann Surin reached the finals by winning five straight matches last Friday, after thunderstorms forced competition inside on the six indoor courts of the Gregg Wadley Indoor Tennis Pavilion and led to the entire 64-team doubles draw being played in one day. The final was held off until Monday on mutual coaches’ decision. Click here for full release.

@RazorbackSB Splits Doubleheader With OSUThe University of Arkansas softball team (3-3) continued its fall schedule season on Sunday afternoon at Bogle Park, as the Razorbacks split a doubleheader with Oklahoma State (6-2). The Razorbacks earned a 10-2 victory in the first game, while the Cowgirls responded with a 4-0 win of their own in the second game. Click here for full recap.

Razorback Softball happening!!! @RazorbackSB pic.twitter.com/E0kcmGe0z5

– Alison Nail (@gradcareercoach) October 20, 2013

#NFLHogsWeek 7 of the NFL season has 15 former Razorbacks in action, and below is a summary of yesterday’s games.Knile Davis rushed twice for five yards as Kansas City moved to 7-0, the second-best start in franchise history. The Chiefs’ best start is 9-0 in 2003.Felix Jones totaled 61 all-purpose yards to help Pittsburgh win its second straight game with a 19-16 victory over Baltimore.Brett Goode and the Green Bay Packers defeated Cleveland 31-13 and stand alone in first place in the NFC North.Chris Gragg and the Buffalo Bills earned a come-from-behind, 23-21 win at Miami to snap a six-game road losing streak and improve to 3-4 this season.Jerry Franklin made three tackles, including one solo, in his first appearance of 2013 for the Chicago Bears at Washington.George Wilson recorded three tackles, all solo, for the Tennessee Titans against San Francisco.

Both teams in tonight’s Monday Night Football game feature a former Razorback on the roster.Minnesota Vikings (Jarius Wright) at New York Giants (Peyton Hillis), 7:30 p.m., ESPN

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